Yankees vs Guardians score: Gerrit Cole and Harrison Bader help keep New York season alive, force ALDS 5

The New York Yankees won ALDS Game 4 on the road against the Cleveland Guardians on Sunday night to tie the series 2-2 and force a decisive top-five series match. Gerrit Cole and Harrison Bader helped save New York’s season with a 4-2 victory. The Yankees took the lead early on and never fell behind, but there was some drama in the late roles.

Let’s take a look at how it all happens.

Yankees Hit Early, Badr Deepens Again

The Yankees climbed onto the board before the Guardians had a chance to strike. Gleyber Torres led the match by one second rule, then scored on Anthony Rizzo.

They didn’t wait long to add more, as quarterback Harrison Bader fired a two-round shot in the second half to give the Yankees a 3-0 lead. Here’s the blast:

He was undoubtedly at 429 feet and third on home ground for Badr in the series. He scored a zero in 14 regular season games for the Yankees, and before he was injured and traded, he scored five in 72 games for the Cardinal. This is only the third time in Yankees history that the quarterback has played three times in the entire post-season, joining Mickey Mantle and Bernie Williams, According to ESPN statistics and information.

Cole looked like an ace

That’s why they pay him big bucks, right? The Yankees were facing elimination and needed a big walk from their loss in Game Three. Cole came out and played seven strong roles. The Guardians managed to break through the board in the third game on a Jose Ramirez foul that was of no use.

There was a booming run that Cole: Josh Naylor Homer gave up in the fourth inning. Naylor was very excited about the rounding of the rules while calling Cole his “son.”

Hey, what makes you go, right? This is the eighth consecutive game that Cole has allowed Homer to tie Yo Darvish for the MLB record (via Katie Sharp).

Cole shut it down then. He responded by retiring the next 10 hits he faced and 12 of the last 13 players.

Line: 7 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, BB, 8 K. He threw 110, so anyone who thinks about his exit in Game 5 can continue to dream. Regardless, that was a big outing for the Yankees when they needed it most. In fact, this was arguably the biggest outing of Cole’s career in the Yankees, given the circumstances.

Also, for fans of novice shooters who delve into matches (I’m raising my hand!), Cole’s going seven here is the eighth time so far this season after a player has gone at least seven rounds. There were only four such matches for the entirety of last year’s playoffs (via Sarah Langs). This is the positive direction of the game as a whole, as stated here.

The Yankees give Guardians a taste of their own medicine

The Guardians’ ways of putting the ball into play get things really going their way in Game 3. They found a bunch of holes, sometimes on balls that didn’t hit hard. Their first run in Game 4 was similar.

This time, at the top of sixth place, the Yankees collected some insurance in a similar fashion. Aaron Judge hit one floor before Anthony Rizzo calmly doubled the left field line. Then Giancarlo Stanton led the house judge with the sacrifice fly.

It’s more effective just for my teammates’ clubs, but whichever way it works. All runs count the same.

Holmes, Peralta shut the door

With the late rallies we’ve seen from the Guardians all season, not to mention the Yankees’ troubles late in the year, the two-stage lead has been very poor in the eighth direction. A lot has been done About Clay Holmes not promoting in the third game. He got the eighth inning in this game. Stephen Cowan walked up to one of them, and brought the equaliser to the plate, but Holmes hit Amed Rosario and then Ramirez to end the threat.

On the ninth, the Yankees went with Andy Peralta. He’s already thrown in every game of the series, making the fourth game come down his third straight day on the hill. He went 27 throws in Game 3, too. Did not matter. He closed things with two weak players and a knockout.

Peralta threw only seven throws in this game, but the fifth game would be his fourth consecutive throw. It could be hacked. Yankees manager Aaron Boone has indicated that he won’t use Holmes on consecutive days, so it’s possible he’s out of Game 5 or at least not as sharp as he was in Game 4.

Everyone else is available.

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With a big tip of the hat to Cody Morris for his two point-free rounds and his nods toward Zach Plissack (one goal-free round) and Eli Morgan (one goal-free round allowed), the Guardians are in excellent shape heading into Game 5.

  • Sam Hentges did not participate in Game 4 having made 31 pitches in Game 3.
  • Trevor Stefan hasn’t promoted since Game Two.
  • Base setup guy James Karenshak hasn’t trained since Game 2, which means all three guys are fresh and ready to set off on a potentially lengthy quest in Game 5.
  • Emmanuel Klass is the best left in the playoffs. He, too, has not played since the second match. In that game, he went 2 1/3 of the innings, which made a great illustration that he only got a lot more than three times.

Expect Terry Francona to lean heavily on these four shooters in Game 5 with the season on the line.


We’ll do it again on Monday, only the series teleports back to Yankee Stadium at 7:07 p.m. ET. There was only one Wild Card series to go the distance and it was played in New York and this is the only division series to go the distance. It’s win or go home for both teams.

As such, viewing mode is essentially “all hands on deck”. The starters are set to be Aaron Ceval for the Guardian and Jameson Tylon for the Yankees.

Civale (5-6, 4.92) hasn’t been in game action since October 5, but finished the season well (3.27 ERA in his last four starts). Taillon (14-5, 3.91) was the losing bowler in Game 2, coughing twice in three strokes without logging out in the 10th inning.

However, it’s unlikely either team of starters is planning to delve deeper unless they’re completely dominant – especially Guardians who have those new late pins.

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